SanDisk Extreme SSD Series SATA600

  • SanDisk Extreme SSD Series SATA600
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Based on 26 scores, 50 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    11
  • Good:
    9
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Excellent all round performance.
  • Relatively high capacity.
  • Enticing price tag.

Cons:

  • Basic bundle.
  • No disk migration software or 3.5 in adaptor.

Expert reviews and ratings

By DigitalVersus on 80

The SanDisk 240 GB Extreme is an excellent value SSD in terms of quality, lifespan and price. This SSD ensures fast data transfer speeds—they're not the best, but they're on the better side of average—as well as on-the-fly data...

By uk.hardware.info on

In June, 2012 we published a large group test of SSDs with capacities of 120/128 GB and 240/256 GB . Those are still the most popular sizes, judging from what people search for on Hardware.Info. The world of SSDs didn't stand still, and since then a...

By PC Advisor on 70

Much faster than previous-generation SSDs and offering very low price per gigabyte SanDisk Extreme SSD offers only mediocre write performance. See also, buying advice: Sandisk Extreme SSD 120GB/240GB review: too little too late? The SanDisk Extreme...

By uk.hardware.info on

SSDs based on the LSI SandForce SF-2281 controller no longer belong to the fastest SSDs. They can't distinguish themselves with their performance, so they have to be made appealing in other ways, such as a sharp price, many years of warranty, or by...

By Computer Shopper on 80

SanDisk’s Extreme is an excellent high-end solid-state drive for content creators, gamers, or those who just want a fast drive at a reasonable price. It isn’t the fastest on every test, but it offers fast overall performance from a company...

By TweakTown on 91

Any performance limits we found while testing the SanDisk Extreme 480GB are nullified by one simple fact - $359. That price makes the SanDisk Extreme 480GB SSD one of the lowest priced, high capacity SSDs on the market, and it's not even a drive...

By Canadian Reviewer on

One of the best and most sensible upgrades available to most notebook users is to switch their existing hard drives with a fast Solid State Drive (SSD). I did just this by replacing the stock hard drive on my 13-inch MacBook Pro with one of...

By HardOCP on

SanDisk has a long history in the OEM market with many different types of flash devices; from USB flash sticks to memory cards and embedded memory modules in many of today's hottest products. SanDisk is now expanding their presence into the consumer...

By Hardware Canucks on

SanDisk’s Extreme series represents the entry of a serious competitor into the already crowded high end SSD market. For the most part, SanDisk has successfully differentiated themselves from the competition by delivering an impressive drive using a...

By TweakTown on 93

Everything we said about the SanDisk Extreme SSD 240GB in the past still rings true today. SanDisk has an advertisement on their site that pulls a quote from my last article, "" I feel that statement holds true today, five months after writing it...

By X-bit Labs on

There have been changes in the SandForce realm. Products with old 32nm Toggle NAND flash memory have given way to the new generation of SSDs with 24nm Toggle Mode HBL memory. In this review we’ve tested the first representative of that generation,...

By tbreak.ae on 80

The SanDisk Extreme 120GB is a very versatile and capable performer, with some surprisingly fast speeds for a 120GB drive. While it suffers in the 4K read and write speeds a little, we found that in daily usage everything went just as smoothly as in...

By Tech2 on 70

The MRP of the 240GB SanDisk Extreme SSD is Rs. 32,249, but it's available for Rs. 22,500 in the market. It's slightly costlier than the 240GB Corsair Force GT and priced similarly to the Intel 520 series. The ADATA XPG SX900 is also priced...

By Legit Reviews on

The SandDisk Extreme 240GB drive combines top-notch performance with a price that will make its competitors...

By Real World Labs on

The quality of this drive is really great and the Extreme continues to be the only SandForce based drive to be offered with 24nm Toggle NAND. The Toggle NAND brings with it a new level of read access times which is something the end user will be able...

By SweMOD on 100

Today we're having a look at the Extreme SSD from Sandisk, featuring 120GB of storage. Sandisk which is one of the largest and most possibly -the- memory solution company that most people around the world either has heard of or have a product from...

By HEXUS.net on 90

Review: SanDisk Extreme SSD (240GB)by Parm Mann on 29 May 2012, 10:04 Tags: Sandisk (NASDAQ:SNDK) Quick Link: HEXUS.net/qabhbv Add to My Vault: SanDisk Extreme SSD (240GB) £154.74 Free shipping for HEXUS members* The cost of SSD ownership has...

By MyCE on 90

Let us summarise the most important positive and negative points below:Positive:Silky smooth operation as a system drive. Excellent sequential reading performance. Very good sequential writing performance. Outstanding 4K random I/O performance at...

By Real World Labs on

The next version of Intel’s RST driver is supposed to bring TRIM to our RAID Arrays. This is the Holy Grail for RAID user. The problem now for RAID users is the performance degradation over time. SandForce drives are particularly susceptible to...

By CDRLabs on

With the Extreme, SanDisk has made its long awaited entrance into the high-performance SSD market. Targeted at gamers and enthusiasts, this new SSD combines LSI's SandForce SF-2281 controller with the company's own 24nm MLC Toggle Mode NAND...